The College gardens are a great source of pride at Wolfson.
Watch and listen to Head Gardener, Phil Stigwood, introduce the gardens on a short film.
We are fortunate that, although most of the buildings are relatively new, the site is well established, and much of the land now occupied by the College was laid out as gardens belonging to houses in Selwyn Gardens and Barton Road in the first half of the twentieth century.
As the College has grown certain landmark trees, such as the mulberry outside the Porters' lodge, have been retained as features alongside the new planting.
The gardens are managed by Head Gardener, Phil Stigwood, Claire Watlington, Senior Gardener, Ross Wenlock and Philip de Luca.
As well as bringing you news of tours and seasonal highlights to watch out for, these pages offer a gallery of seasonal photographs showing some of the best views of the site at different times of year. Please follow the link below for the latest pictures.
There's plenty of colour to see in the Winter Garden room behind the Lee Hall during this mild winter. Have a look at the latest photos taken by Wolfson’s Head Gardener, Phil Stigwood.
Chinese Witch Hazel, Wolfson Winter Garden
A second film of garden highlights is now available, featuring the fabulous Winter Garden, with thanks to alumnus Matt Harris.